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So now the Groom finally has his dream woman all looking primm, sexy, and beautiful, his wife, his life his love on his arm, walking beside him forever. He can now fully say "She is my Wife" to the whole wild world. He is proud, he is happy, his joy shines through his eyes, he smiles to his friends, family and whoever else is in the vicinity, showing his joy, showing his happiness, showing his glee.

Miss/Mr photographer(s) ofcourse are lurking somewhere around, hoping(sorry not hoping, but ENSURING THEY CAPTURE) to capture THAT IMAGE that shows just how proud the Groom feels and looks, so that now, the whole world from now till eternity will ALWAYS know just how proud the Groom was on his wedding day to his lovely Bride.

Once again, it's about capturing the ambience, the artmosphere, the joy, the day. it's about looking at the images and memories (good memories) flooding back, it's about looking at the images and feeling you were there, feeling the music, joy from what you see.



Time to Retouch: Aproximately 1-2 minutes

Our continued apologies for the lack of visits and response to comments by Suby & Sinem, we are yet again extremely busy, we will try to catch up on our visits & responses as soon as we humanly can.  Until then, please do keep visiting our House :)

We definitely are still Suby & Sinem - Fashion Photographers
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Anyone looking for the services of Suby & Sinem as Photographers, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Please also visit our other photoblog of sample fashion images by clicking on Suby & Sinem

"Ars longa, vita Brevis"

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Got Her

Subysphoto

So now the Groom finally has his dream woman all looking primm, sexy, and beautiful, his wife, his life his love on his arm, walking beside him forever. He can now fully say "She is my Wife" to the whole wild world. He is proud, he is happy, his joy shines through his eyes, he smiles to his friends, family and whoever else is in the vicinity, showing his joy, showing his happiness, showing his glee.

Miss/Mr photographer(s) ofcourse are lurking somewhere around, hoping(sorry not hoping, but ENSURING THEY CAPTURE) to capture THAT IMAGE that shows just how proud the Groom feels and looks, so that now, the whole world from now till eternity will ALWAYS know just how proud the Groom was on his wedding day to his lovely Bride.

Once again, it's about capturing the ambience, the artmosphere, the joy, the day. it's about looking at the images and memories (good memories) flooding back, it's about looking at the images and feeling you were there, feeling the music, joy from what you see.



Time to Retouch: Aproximately 1-2 minutes

Our continued apologies for the lack of visits and response to comments by Suby & Sinem, we are yet again extremely busy, we will try to catch up on our visits & responses as soon as we humanly can.  Until then, please do keep visiting our House :)

We definitely are still Suby & Sinem - Fashion Photographers
_______________________________________________________________________

Anyone looking for the services of Suby & Sinem as Photographers, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Please also visit our other photoblog of sample fashion images by clicking on Suby & Sinem

"Ars longa, vita Brevis"

Photoblog Awards

comments (19)

I have to come back here smile
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Bro grin
  • Yẹni
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 27 Sep 2007, 00:36
Aperture f1.8 doesnot work quite well with moving objects a slight shift and the Image is lost. I can see the slight sharpener around the eyes....

if you are using a f1.8 lens (duhh Abi...lol) try setting it at something like f5.6 as see if there is a differents....

o.k what lens have you just picked up
Suby & Sinem: Okay here goes, we shoot most of our weddings with no flash. Shooting at 1.8 was intentional and shooting at ISO 800 was hoping one got a motion picture like this where there is a slight blur & movement captured but the main parts in focus. This is a technique used by many a world class photographers smile

Sharpening around the eyes, sorry, did none of that, just usually click on the sharpen box when uploading to Shutterchance. Now if the Apperture was set to 5.6 and ISO bumped to 3200, do you think we would have captured the picture like this which was the aim? smile

NO flash photography, 5.6 in a very dark room, even my camera will struggle grin
  • Martin
  • United States
  • 27 Sep 2007, 00:57
The title says it all. Great capture, but the highlights are a bit strong for me.
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Martin, intentional grin
  • adebanji
  • 27 Sep 2007, 01:08
the woman's eye is kinda creepy.
Suby & Sinem: You see creepy, we see full of joy, all subjective to the viewers grin
  • Folake
  • United Kingdom
  • 27 Sep 2007, 02:01
i love good wedding photography when the most important moments are captured, one of my bigger fears is having a wedding photographer that misses this point!
Suby & Sinem: You bang on the money Folake, thanks for the comment and visit grin
  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 27 Sep 2007, 02:37
The focus is clearly on him this time, Suby. His smile says it all.
Suby & Sinem: It sure does, one for him to look back for years & years to come grin
  • ray
  • Thailand
  • 27 Sep 2007, 04:08
Nothing is in focus!
Who cares...the photographer just captured a priceless smile.
Love it!
Suby & Sinem: LOL Ray, you make me laugh here, it was intentional not everything would be in full focus but something (his face & smile) would be in somewhat focus, glad it was pulled off to get such a smile grin
What a look on his face. That is a happy man. It is a lovely shot. It shows the emotion of the moment beautifully.
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Gail, you hit the nail on the head grin
  • E Etomi
  • Sweden
  • 27 Sep 2007, 05:43
Yhr look on his face is priceless, others have metioned the other technical stuff
Suby & Sinem: Thanks E, what techie stuff, oh the stuff about the shot not being in focus and blown highlights?? Sorry all intentional This is the shot we wanted, not a fluke, not a mistake but intentionally captured smile
  • Stan
  • 27 Sep 2007, 06:20
In addition to the others, a bit too heavy on the contrast...makes your shadows too deep and blows your highlights. The smile makes the shot
Suby & Sinem: Good good point Stan, know what you mean but edited it exactly as we saw the image when it was snapped grin
  • shakara
  • Nigeria
  • 27 Sep 2007, 08:13
Priceless expression !!!
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Shakara grin
  • Mona
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 27 Sep 2007, 13:57
Blushing groom! hehe

very nice lolol

i'm back btw :o)
This shot makes me think about an old jazz disk I had when young (I mean long long time ago) I like !
  • ChaCha
  • United States
  • 27 Sep 2007, 20:46
Lovely!
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Chacha grin
nice one sir!
for me too this one is about the look on his face (and maybe a lil of hers too)

not really digging the loads of space above him
my guess is that you left the space to avoid making the shape of the pic closer to a square
Suby & Sinem: Thanks bro, Nah had to avoid a few arms and bodies all around LOL
ok I am here again, I could just predict the reactions from shutterchancers, and voila it was what I expected. I get the idea behind the blur, but 1.8 don't look too good here, the eyes not in focus is not forgivable in my books, I think 2.0 or 2.2 will be appropriate.
Suby & Sinem: But Dotun they eyes are in focus enough for us (and the couple ofcourse) he he he he he he he smile
  • Jide Ibitoye
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 28 Sep 2007, 10:17
Hi Suby, I can relate to this. a) You are in a dark room...and you just want all the tones to remain exactly where they are at the end of the day..you obviously have no other choice than to open wide(i may be corrected on this) and b) more importantly....you were more about capturing the moment. A wedding photographer is more about capturing those moments..when the couple in their marital sojourn..look back and praise you when they reminisce on that day. Well done...another reason why I keep doffing my hat to your prowess with that camera in your hand (you deserve that beast!!)
  • Lorissa
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 29 Sep 2007, 20:36
What a great moment to capture. I love his expression - such a wonderful smile. I know the bride will really love seeing this shot.
  • crash
  • NYC
  • 1 Oct 2007, 02:42
congrats to the happy couple!

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